Nissan CONNECT in-car infotainment review

Nissan's infotainment system might feel dated and a bit basic, but it's easy to get your head around

The Nissan system feels very dated compared to its competition. Poor screen and graphics quality, along with below-par audio and rattling speakers at high volume, brought down its score. It also struggled in the connectivity tests; it’d connect only on a very basic level to the devices, and wouldn’t allow us to skip music tracks.

However, the system’s simple to use  and packed with features for a reasonable price. The combination of touchscreen and real buttons for the functionalities makes it easy to navigate. The sat-nav is quick and simple to use, but the journey took less time than predicted. Entering a destination involves only four steps, and if you want to find a fuel station while navigating a route, there is an icon purely for that.

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